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Choreographer Slams Justin Bieber For Paying 'Less Than Minimum Wage' For Work

It looks like Justin Bieber can't go more than a few weeks without a scandal. Whether he's getting surprise-married, publicly supporting Chris Brown, or apologizing-but-then-not-apologizing to Taylor Swift for cyberbullying, Justin just can't stop the headlines from pouring out.

This time, though, it's not his decision.

Emma Portner, who was the choreographer for Justin's Purpose World Tour, spoke up on Instagram.

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Portner, who is the wife of actress and activist Ellen page, shared a long Instagram story slamming the pop star for his treatment of his dancers.

"I regret working under your name. I gave your universe my naive body, creativity, time, and effort. Twice. For content that you made millions off of. While I made zilch. Natta. Barely anything. Less than minimum wage for the hours I invested. I couldn’t afford to eat.”

Portner called out Bieber for his attitude towards women as well.

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"The way you degrade women is an abomination. You continue to collaborate with overly problematic people. You religiously go to a church that does not support the LGBTQ+ community," Portner continued, referencing Justin's church Hillsong.

"I really hope you educate yourself beyond your bible."

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"Your company hired an out lesbian in your music video, and to choreograph some content for your ‘Purpose’ world tour. How do you feel about that? A lesbian, HELPING YOU, for a disrespectful amount of money, as you attend a church that goes against my existence?"

Portner encouraged Bieber to do better.

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"You have IMMENSE power. Use it to STOP DEGRADING WOMEN. We should all be ‘checking on you’ and Chris Brown because you both need to be held accountable," Portner finished off, referencing the song Bieber performed with Brown called "Don't Check On Me."

Portner finished off with another Instagram story, saying, "You can be grateful for opportunity AND still hold people accountable."